Where you will find educator resources
designed to help you teach your students about
the benefits of a healthy, protein-rich breakfast
and show them how fresh foods, like
eggs, make their way from
the farm to their table.
Do you know how the egg you had for
breakfast made its way into your kitchen?
Join egg farmer Greg Satrum LIVE from Willamette Egg Farms
to learn more about how eggs get from the farm to your breakfast table. We'll uncover the people and technology that help to fill your grocery store with nutritious eggs.
Prepare your classroom for the Virtual Field Trip by exploring the farm-to-table process in this classroom activity. You can even extend the learning through post-field trip extensions!
Fresh Foods from Farm-to-Table
Your students will explore the concept of farm-to-table to understand the production process of fresh foods and learn how eggs make their way to their breakfast plates. Download Now >
Healthy Eating Starts with Breakfast
Students will investigate nutritional information of eggs, whole grains and other breakfast foods, explore tips for healthy eating, analyze a sample menu, and more. Download Now >
Healthy Breakfast Recipes
Choose from a variety of delicious breakfast recipes and start cooking up some fun. Go Now >
Explore ways to teach your children how to make a difference in their community. Follow the maze to see how eggs make it from the farm to your breakfast table. Download Now >
Learn how an egg breakfast can provide a strong start to the day with this simple and delicious recipe. Then try the activity to learn about surprising ways eggs are strong. Download Now >
Frequently Asked Questions About Eggs and Egg Production
Inspired by students and teachers from the Farm-to-Table Virtual Field Trip. Download Now >
In the videos below, you will meet America's egg farmers and tour their family farms to learn about the different ways eggs get from the farm to your table. These videos can be used to provide background for you as a teacher. You may also decide they are appropriate for classroom use as well.
The Education Station's "Be a Good Egg" contest invited entire school communities to "Be a Good Egg" and vote for their school to win $5,000 and an egg donation to a local food bank in their community.
Congratulations to the "Be a Good Egg Contest" winners:
Speake School, AL
Page Street Elementary School, NC
Rural Center Elementary School, KS
SS Peter & Paul School, OH
Williamsburg Elementary School, MO
Burnt Hickory Elementary School, GA